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Hayley Kiyoko has shared a brand new track, 'runaway'

It's the latest edition to her 'I’M TOO SENSITIVE FOR THIS SHIT' project.
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Published: 6:15 pm, December 13, 2019
Hayley Kiyoko has shared a brand new track, 'runaway'

Hayley Kiyoko has shared a brand new track, 'runaway'.

The latest edition to her 'I’M TOO SENSITIVE FOR THIS SHIT' project, it follows up on the previously released 'L.O.V.E Me', 'Demons', and 'I Wish'.

“I don’t want to be let down and if I am, I will spiral,” Hayley shares, speaking about the track. “I found myself waiting and searching for my partner to say something to make me upset, to make me runaway. This song is about daring yourself to find someone who won’t trigger you, and to not trigger yourself. So many times we only hear what we want to hear because of the baggage we carry. We’re often too quick to overreact before realizing that if you recognize and confront your own issues, you just might give someone a chance to love you and to make you stay.”

You can check out 'runaway' below.

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